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Print CDR info from calls on CS1000

Print CDR info from calls on CS1000

Print CDR info from calls on CS1000

(OP)
Hi Guys,

Is there an LD where i can extrat the CDR data from extensions, to list calls on CS1000 made to a specific date and time Checking CDR settings and it's been well set up on the system , so i need is just to know where i can find those datas.

Looking forward to your reply.

Thanks !

RE: Print CDR info from calls on CS1000

CDR is sent as real time via a TTY port with CDR enabled or via the Data buffering part of OTM or the TM application via an IP link.

The CS1000 doesn't store any CDR data unlike the BCM range which did.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

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RE: Print CDR info from calls on CS1000

(OP)
Reallty ! Real time ?

RE: Print CDR info from calls on CS1000

(OP)
So what happen for alls call made on a previous date - All lost ?

RE: Print CDR info from calls on CS1000

The PBX has a buffer for the last 100 records. You cannot request data for any date.

RE: Print CDR info from calls on CS1000

(OP)
Okay,

Thank you !

RE: Print CDR info from calls on CS1000

(OP)
Is there a cmd to navigate to these logs without phisycally establish a connection between pc an tty port ?

Thanks !

RE: Print CDR info from calls on CS1000

You need to go into "pdt" This record explains where the folder is

CS1000 rls 7.5 with the DBA feature enabled

STAT BUF in LD117 shows the storage used to be over 100%:

>ld 117
OAM000

=> stat buf
CDR ENL
TRF ENL
STN DIS
Storage space is 137.8% full ***** >>>> Should not pass much over one hundred
Not Connected

=> ****
OVL000

The dbaem.trf file in /u/smp_db kept increasing in size

>pdt> cd /u/smp_db
pdt> ll

Directory of '/u/smp_db':

SIZE DATE TIME NAME
---------- ----------- -------- ------------
4096 Feb-20-2013 10:19:02 . <DIR>
4096 Jul-29-2012 23:33:17 .. <DIR>
1010 Feb-20-2013 10:19:00 smpconf.db
1010 Feb-12-2013 01:00:40 smpconf.bak
1336008 Feb-26-2013 09:42:28 aal.dat
3 Jul-29-2012 23:36:06 dba.ini
23536280 May-08-2012 13:57:30 dba.cdr
55 Feb-20-2013 10:19:00 eptflag.db
8657973 May-08-2012 13:00:40 dba.trf
21591120 Feb-26-2013 09:00:46 dbaem.trf ***** KEPT updating*****


An upgrade attempt to rls 7.6 will fail because there is insufficient free space in /u


Resolved by p32044

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

Website = http://somertel.myfreesites.net
linkedin

RE: Print CDR info from calls on CS1000

(OP)
Thank you

I am checking the buffer has not content CDR data unfortunately ,

it's DIS
>ld 117

OAM000

=> stat buf

CDR DIS
TRF DIS
STN DIS
Storage space is 0.9% full
Not Connected

Thanks !

RE: Print CDR info from calls on CS1000

(OP)
Thank you –

Are the calls from an acd agent also pops out from CDR data , the idea is to get CDR info from ip set but not for all acd agents .
I guess If yes, I will have lot of data pops out .

Thanks !

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